Anti-terror roadshow in Scarborough
North Yorkshire Police is supporting the latest Action Counters Terrorism campaign through a series of volunteer-led community roadshows across the Scarborough and Ryedale area.
Police Support Volunteers will be teaming up with local police teams and Scarborough Borough Council to take the campaign out into the community.
The first of the roadshows will be held at the Brunswick Shopping Centre in Scarborough today (April 5) between 9am and 1pm.
Police officers and volunteers will be encouraging members of the public to report anything they see or hear that could be terrorist related.
Further roadshows will follow throughout the spring and summer at public events including Malton Food Market and Dalby Forest Moors and Shores Adventure Cross.
Chief Inspector Andy Colbourne, deputy commander for the Scarborough and Ryedale area, said: “My thanks go to our volunteers for their support in taking the ACT campaign into our communities. Everyone has a part to play to keep our neighbourhoods safe and knowing what to look out for and how to report your suspicions will be a huge help.”
A call to action will encourage the public to report suspicious behaviour and activity via the online tool at gov.uk/ACT
Brunswick Shopping Centre